Google mapping spec now an industry standard | CNET

April 14th, 2008

Google mapping spec now an industry standard | Tech news blog - CNET

""What OGC brings to the table is...everyone has confidence we won't take advantage of the format or change it in a way that will harm anyone," said Michael Weiss-Malik, Google's KML product manager.

Real-Time Events in Three Dimensions… at last? | MC Press Online

February 25th, 2008

Software That Depicts Real-Time Events in Three Dimensions May Offer Distinct Advantages |
MC Press Online

After years--decades!-- of fits and starts, the latest 3D technologies coming to market offer real promise for real-world applications. Look for more information at this blog in the coming months as we focus on 3D technologies for market leaders.

New Scientist | ‘Minority Report’ interface

April 16th, 2005

New Scientist Breaking News - 'Minority Report' interface created for US military: "A computer interface inspired by the futuristic system portrayed in the movie Minority Report, starring Tom Cruise, could soon help real military personnel deal with information overload.

3D displays help researchers dig into earth scienc…

March 5th, 2005

3D displays help researchers dig into earth science | CNET "'I was working with a cave at the University of Michigan,' Morin said, referring to an elaborate and expensive room-sized three-dimensional display system. 'And it was cheaper to fly me to the cave from Minneapolis than it was to build one ourselves.

ACM: Ubiquity | Czerwinski on Vizualization

February 2nd, 2005

ACM: Ubiquity | Czerwinski on Vizualization: " I've always been interested in lots of different problems. The one thing I will say has remained a consistent and solid research interest has been research on attention, multitasking and task switching. I've studied that since my earliest days on my dissertation. | Celebrity shots probe face recogognition

December 14th, 2004 | Celebrity shots probe face recognition:

"Neuroscientists already know that certain spots in the brain play a vital role for recognizing a familiar face, even as it changes with age or a new hairstyle. But they have not been clear precisely what each area does.

Slashdot | 3D User Interfaces

December 13th, 2004

Slashdot | 3D User Interfaces:

"This book contains a lot of information and is probably the most comprehensive book on 3D user interfaces I have seen to date. Pretty much every aspect of 3D UIs is covered in the book somewhere, with some topics being covered in more detail than others.

XEngine – The Platform- and API-Independent 3D Eng…

December 13th, 2004

XEngine - The Platform- and API-Independent 3D Engine:

"XEngine is a platform- and rendering-API-independent 3D engine for real-time visualization with support for programmable graphics pipeline architectures and is implemented in C . The engine aims at flexible support for many of the shading languages available today, so that existing shaders can easily be re-used.